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Lahore: Former Olympian Shahnaz Sheikh expressed concerns about India and Malaysia match fixes in the Asian Hockey Championship.

Lahore: Former Olympian Shahnaz Sheikh expressed concerns about India and Malaysia match fixes in the Asian Hockey Championship

Lahore: Former Olympian Shahnaz Sheikh expressed concerns about India and Malaysia match fixes in the Asian Hockey Championship
Lahore: Former Olympian Shahnaz Sheikh expressed concerns about India and Malaysia match fixes in the Asian Hockey Championship

Lahore: Former Olympian Shahnaz Sheikh expressed concerns about India and Malaysia match fixes in the Asian Hockey Championship.

During the special conversation with the Honnaz Sheikh Express, it was said that Schedule India, Malaysia match on Tuesday, feels that the match was fixed. During the match, I was also coordinating during the match that India is not playing with the superstar. During the match, Malaysia did not score 40 per cent, while India scored 60 per cent of the ball control.

Former Olympian said that the Indian team got 22 times in Malaysia's Round Area but could not score the target score, while Malaysia entered the Indian Antique Circle 7 times, despite the difference between the game and comparing the statistics it seems clear that it Match fix was
Shahnaz Sheikh said that even in the past, India and Malaysia have been accusing them that both teams deliberately play so much, in my opinion, it is against the sports superstar. The match between India and Malaysia was played in the fifth Asian Hockey Championship in the Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex, in the wake of the Sultan Kausus Sports Complex, in the round Robin-based tournament, both teams get one, one point, one by one. Qualifiers for

On the other hand, on the points table, India is ranked with 10 points after 4 matches, Malaysia is ranked third in the second and Pakistan 3 matches with 6 points. The Pakistani team will show up in Japan against the action in the fourth match of Asian event today.

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